Race Stats

  • Events15
  • Wins5
  • Top 57
  • Top 1011

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Team & History

Jason Feger
Quick Facts
HometownBloomington, IL
NicknameHighside Hustler
Racing Since2002
SpouseAbby Feger
ChildrenWynn Feger

About Jason

--Late Model Driver Since: 2002
--Feger Began Racing in the Sportsman Class at 18 Years Old (1996) and Captured 19 Feature Wins in 5 Years
--Chassis: Longhorn Motors: ProPower, Jay Dickens, Clements

Career Highlights

170 Super Late Model Feature Wins, 19 Sportsman Feature Wins
Major Series Wins: 21 Summernational Wins, Lucas Oil, Mars,
World of Outlaws, Cornbelt Clash, & UMP
Additional Victories Include:
2014, 2013 & 2012 Paducah World 50
2012 Fairbury Prarire Dirt Classic
2010, 2011, 2012, 2016 Ilinois State Championship
2010 Don Bohlander Memorial
Series Championships:
2010 UMP Summernationals Champ
2010 Northern All Star Champ
2009 UMP National Champ
2009 Monster Midwest Champ
2007 Kamp Speedway Champ

Crew Members

Jason Palubicki
Dane Arvin


Titan Industries, Big Cheese, DCS Digital Copy Systems, Rosser Battery, Hoker Trucking, Floyd's Disposal, Wehrs Machine , Remtek Enterprises, Griffin Signs in Time, Absolute Apparel, RLM Enterprises, VP Racing Fuel, Speedwerx Inc, All Star Performance, RSA Aluminum, Hoosier Midwest, ProTire and Automotive, Performance Bodies & Parts, Dynamic Drivelines, FK Rod Ends, Keyser Manufacturing, Stealth Racing Carburetors, Advance Racing Suspension, GO Lithium, Quick Car, Wilwood Brakes, Multi Fire X, Strange Engineering, Hooker Harness, BAM Roller Lifters, Dyers Top Rods, Cheap Cars, Dirt Car Lift

Meet the Team

  • Feger Racing Established: 2002
  • Chassis: Longhorn
  • Motor: Clements, ProPower, and Jay Dickens

Jason Feger


  • Nickname: Highside Hustler
  • Late Model Driver Since: 2002
  • Early Racing Career: Sportsman Class at 18 years old (1996) and captured 19 feature wins in his last two years in the class
  • Hometown: Bloomington, IL
  • Education: Normal West High School, Parkland College Ford Asset Program, Illinois State University, Construction Project Management
  • Wife: Abby
  • Children: Daughter, Wynn
  • Pets: Baby Dog, bully mix breed
  • Favorite NFL Team: Chicago Bears
  • Favorite Quote: "Winners never quit and quitters never win." -- Vince Lombardi
  • Accomplishments:
    • 2023: 170 Super Late Model Feature Wins
    • 2023: 19 Sportsman Feature Wins
  • Series & Wins Include: 25 Summernational Wins, Lucas Oil, World of Outlaws, MLRA, UMP, Mars, Cornbelt Clash, Northern All Stars Monster Midwest & NDRL
    2023 & 2014 Wildman Kelly Classic
    2022 & 2011 Kimler Memorial Farmer City Raceway
    2022 Hoker Trucking Quad Cities 150 Davenport World of Outlaws
    2020 Farmer City 74
    2014, 2013 & 2012 Paducah World 50
    2012 Fairbury Prairie Dirt Classic & Farmer City 50
    2010, 2011, 2012, 2016 Illinois State Championship Peoria Speedway
    2010 Don Bohlander Memorial
  • Series Championships:
    • 2023: DirtCar National Champion
    • 2023: Mars Racing Series Champion
    • 2010: UMP Summernationals Champ
    • 2010: Northern All Star Champ
    • 2009: UMP National Champ
    • 2009: Monster Midwest Champ
    • 2008: Kamp Motor Speedway Champ

Jason Palubicki

Crew Chief

  • Nickname: Red Beard and Tater
  • Early Racing Career: 1991 Off Road Trucks for Flannery Racing/ProPower Racing
  • Hometown: North Prairie, Wisconsin
  • Education: Mukwonago High School
  • Girlfriend: Sarah Breeden
  • Children: Daughter, Addy Turman
  • Favorite Quote: "Too weird to live, too rare to die!" Dr. Gonzo/ Hunter S. Thompson
  • Favorite NFL Team: Green Bay Packers
  • Favorite NHL Team: Chicago Blackhawks
  • Accomplishments
    • 2023: DirtCar National Champion
    • 2023: Mars Racing Series Champion
    • 2019: Third place - WOO points, Ricky Weiss
    • 2014: UMP Champion, UMP Summernational Champion, Crew Chief of the Year with Bobby Pierce
    • 2012: Prelude to the Dream with Kyle Bush in Bloomquist car
      Second Eldora World 100 with Scott Bloomquist
    • 2003: Eldora World 100 Win with Dan Schlieper
      North-South Win with Dan Schlieper
    • 1998: Soda Champions with Jack Flannery

David Karban

Tires, Maintenance Crew

  • Hometown: Troy, IL
  • NTK: UNOH Motorsports Graduate 2023 and crew member since April 2023
  • Favorite MLB Team: Toronto Blue Jays
  • Favorite NHL Team: St. Louis Blues
  • Accomplishments
    • 2023: DirtCar National Champion
    • 2023: Mars Racing Series Champion

Zack Kuhel

Videographer, Content Creator, and Crew

  • Hometown: Pekin, IL
  • Nickname: Mental Midget
  • NTK: Driver, Crate Late Model #2 for 2 Kuhel Motorsports

Abby Feger

Marketing, Merchandise Sales

  • Hometown: Hollowayville, IL
  • Nickname: Abs
  • NTK: Miss Eldora 2009, Midwest Speed Chick

Tracy Feger

Graphics, Merchandise Sales

  • Hometown: Rolla, MO
  • Nickname: Mom
  • Dogs: Munchie and Polly
  • NTK: Retired in 2022 to go racing full time

Team History

Feger Racing's roots run deep, beginning with Jason's Grandpa, Ron "Red" Griffin. Grandpa Red began racing in Central Illinois around 1956 while sporting the number 25 on the side of his car. During this time, he enlisted in the Army to serve his country and was stationed in Germany. He met his bride Maria (known affectionately by all as Grandma) and returned stateside to Rolla, Missouri. Grandpa Red raced an old Ford for Kellings Garage while in Missouri. After 2 tours in Vietnam, he moved his family back to Bloomington, IL and continued to race for multiple teams. He raced for Don Erlenbush, Harold Rotramel, and Cleve Smith (Eric Smith's Dad). Cleve also funded Red's USAC cars, which was the predecessor to the ARCA series. Grandpa eventually retired his seatbelts, but he loved sharing his passion and love for the sport with Jason.

As a young boy, Jason was at the racetrack every weekend with Grandpa and Grandma and frequently visited driver's garages. During high school, Jason and his younger brother Austin went to crew for Billy Drake and gained valuable experience and knowledge on the road and in the garage.

Jason didn't want to just crew for a team, he wanted to drive. Grandpa Red supported this next step and made an agreement with Jason; He would buy Jason his first sportsman car ($500 in 1996) and the rest would be on Jason to fund. Jason experienced success in the Sportsman car over 5 seasons and eventually decided it was time for a super late model.

In 2002, Jason purchased his first used late model and motor and began chasing his dream. In 2008, he fulfilled his promise to Grandpa Red to compete for a track championship at Kamp Motor Speedway, Grandpa's favorite track. The team brought home the championship that same year.

Jason continues to live out his dream of being a full time race car driver across the country. The journey is not always easy for a small, family owned team, but the support from family, friends, sponsors, and fans has helped Feger Racing get to where we are today. It's taken hard work, grit and determination to continue to succeed in the world of racing and we are proud of the team's accomplishments. 2022 marked the 20th year in a super late model and we look forward to the seasons ahead.